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Swiss Luxury UK Replica Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K For Sale

Crafting a diver’s watch in precious metal always seems like an oxymoron to me. Why would you make something that many consider the ultimate tool replica watch from a softer material that potentially makes it less capable and less robust?

But for quite some time now, diver’s watches haven’t been made for divers but rather regular folks like you and me, who don’t even have diving certificates. If the watch is lucky, it gets dipped in a pool on occasion, but other than that its main task is simply to tell the time and look good doing so.

The new 39 mm fake Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight in yellow gold has no problem doing just that. Coming in at 39 mm in diameter, the precious metal gives the case quite a bit of heft, which is in particular noticeable on the light textile strap.

The combination of yellow gold with the green dial and bezel is a striking one. Tudor opted for a fresh forest-green hue that draws your attention but is not overly in your face. This is also because Tudor super clone has avoided using the popular fumé effect.

In a world where most diving bezels are made of ceramic, Tudor still fits its watches with anodized aluminum bezels. One could make the point that this is unacceptable at this price point, but I find it delightfully old school. In part also because I started my adventures in the watch world with a 1999 Omega Seamaster Professional outfitted with an anodized aluminum bezel.
With the Swiss replica Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K priced at €15,880, Tudor is making a very clever proposition, elevating the (price) ceiling of its own collection while offering something that sister brand Rolex doesn’t have. For €14,500 you can get a watch as handsome as the Rolex Cellini Time, but it serves an entirely different demographic.

The Submariner is available in yellow gold, but only with matching bracelet, costing a total of €35,200 – a very significant difference.

Looking further, it becomes obvious that the competition for gold diving watches is quite slim. Breitling doesn’t offer one, and neither does IWC. Omega has its Seamaster Diver 300M in Sedna gold, but at €23.000 it doesn’t come cheap. Granted, it is not only larger but also comes with the superbly finished Master Chronometer certified Caliber 8801.

The movement that powers the Tudor, Caliber MT5400, might be a “mere” chronometer with rather sober finish, but it does suit the watch very well. In terms of price, and appearance, the Omega Seamaster 300 in Bronze Gold comes closer, costing €11,500 but there you get only 9-karat gold instead of the 18-karat alloy Tudor proposes.

Perhaps the only weakness of the 1:1 quality replica Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight is that if it weren’t for the green dial and bezel it could easily be mistaken for one of its bronze siblings. For some that might be reason enough not to purchase this cheap copy Tudor; others will love it all the more because of it.

Quick Facts Tudor Heritage Black Bay Fifty-Eight 18K
Case: 39 mm, 18-karat yellow gold, water resistant to 200 m
Movement: automatic Caliber MT5400 with 70-hour power reserve, 28,800 vph/4 Hz frequency, silicon hairspring, officially C.O.S.C. chronometer certified
Functions: hours, minutes, seconds
Price: €15,880

The Swiss Made Replica Tudor Black Bay 58 “925” Watch For Sale

On paper, this sounds like the single worst idea for a luxury replica watch that I’ve heard of in a long time. It makes absolutely no sense – silver is possibly the least suitable metal in the history of the universe for a dive watch.

There are formulations that can resist tarnishing – germanium and silver alloys, like Argentium, can take tarnish out of the equation pretty well – but it still feels optimistic at best. On top of that, there’s the display back. I’m a big fan of display backs on watches at every price point, and I got a huge kick out of seeing the rotor spinning on my first Seiko 5 (back when Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth), but I can’t help but think of both Rolex and high quality replica Tudor as solid-back companies (and yes, I know the North Flag has a clear caseback). And yet, and yet.
I find this watch fascinating. It’s so consciously in opposition to the stereotyped notions of what a dive watch should be that it comes out the other side feeling fresh and original. And the fact that it looks really nice doesn’t hurt one bit either.

It’s a watch I would have dismissed out of hand if someone had pitched me the idea…but I’m glad cheap replica Tudor didn’t, and I’m dying to see it in the (silver) metal. Who’s to say it doesn’t deserve a, hahaha, sterling reputation?

LUXURY REPLICA WATCHES UK OF THE YEAR: the best Contemporary Classics of 2020

THERE IS AN INHERENT CONTRADICTION IN THE PHRASE CONTEMPORARY CLASSIC; COMPRISING BOTH CURRENT AND TIMELESS IN ONE DESCRIPTION. BUT THAT IS PRECISELY WHAT WE HAVE FOUND IN THESE TWO FABULOUS REPLICA WATCHES THAT WILL NEVER GO OUT OF STYLE.
Tudor
Black Bay Fifty-Eight
£2,760

Cast your minds back to July, a month when most of us had only just emerged blinking into the light after months of lock down. We’d been told not to expect any new watches from Tudor or its parent organisation Rolex, but were delighted when this massively commercial steel on steel Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight replica with a blue dial was unveiled and went on sale on the same day.

It arrived in a 39mm stainless case housing a COSC-certified in house Calibre MT5402 with silicon balance spring and 70-hour power reserve. Its navy blue matte domed dial is a classic Black Bay with snowflake hands lit up in the dark with what Tudor fake describes as grade A Super-LumiNova. It can be worn on two types of fabric strap (£2,530) or a steel bracelet and comes with a five year guarantee.

Hublot Big Bang Integral
£17,300-£43,500
Hublot, the master of swimming against the tide, made a crowd-pleasing move into integrated metal bracelets for its Big Bang this year. The conformity was almost a radical move for the LVMH upstart, and the designers and watchmakers did not disappoint on the execution.
Three skeleton dials copy Hublot Big Bang Integral models were unveiled way back in January: titanium ($20,900), black ceramic (limited to 500 pieces ($23,100) and King Gold ($52,500), a Hublot-invented alloy of gold, copper and platinum.

There is a tweak to the case design, but the skeletonised dial and bezel are identical to the existing Big Bang 42 mm model but indices replace Arabic numerals and its pushers return to the design of the original model from 2005.